This beautiful rendition of Lady Liberty is a favorite of investors and collectors alike. Rich luster and great eye appeal enhance the desirability of this gorgeous design!
- Contains .9675 oz of Gold.
- PCGS encapsulation authenticates and protects the condition of the coin.
- Obverse: Shows Lady Liberty striding in front of the sun's rays with a fiery torch in her right hand and an olive branch in her left.
- Reverse: Features a majestic bald eagle in flight with "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" and "TWENTY DOLLARS" above.
- Designed by Augustus Saint-Gaudens and minted from 1907-1933.
- U.S. Mint issue from the following mints: Philadelphia, Denver or San Francisco.
Protect your Saint-Gaudens Double Eagle in style by adding an attractive display box to your order.
PCGS, one of the top two coin grading services, has guaranteed the Gem Brilliant Mint State-65 condition of this coin, adding collectibility to the beloved design. Enhance your collection by adding this $20 Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle to your cart today!
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The history of the Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle
The Saint-Gaudens Gold Double Eagle was a challenge to bring to life due to its intricate design and President Roosevelt’s recommendation that the coin be produced in high-relief. After these Gold Double Eagle coins went to low-relief, there were still a number of changes to make, including one beyond the designer’s or the mint’s control: New Mexico and Arizona became states in 1912 and the number of stars along the rim had to be changed to reflect this. The obverse design of this collectible Gold Eagle was brought back to life in 1986, featured on the American Eagle Gold bullion coins released in 1986. These U.S. Mint Gold coins (the first 1907 Double Eagles and the American Eagle Gold bullion coins issued from 1986 to 1991), are the only American coins to feature the year in Roman numerals.
Why invest in Gold Double Eagle coins?
This Gold Double Eagle is one of the most beloved of U.S. coins, featuring the beautiful Saint-Gaudens Lady Liberty. This collectible Gold Eagle, with rich luster and unparalleled visual appeal, make this coin highly regarded and sought after. These Gold Double Eagle coins have been guaranteed by PCGS, a leading coin grading service, to be of a gem brilliant mint state-65 condition, further enhancing the cachet of this iconic Gold coin. These U.S. Mint Gold coins contain .9675 oz of Gold and are packaged in a PCGS capsule which authenticates and protects the coin.
When you buy collectible Gold coins, protect the value of your collection.
When you purchase collectible Gold Eagle coins, and other vintage coins, there are steps you can take to maintain the value of your collection and keep the Gold coins safe and protected. First, it is important to keep your U.S. Mint Gold coins cool and dry, avoiding drastic changes in temperature and moisture that can tarnish and decrease the value of your coins. Many Gold Double Eagle coins, and other vintage coins, come in capsules and cases, which is recommended to protect the coin and often the capsules will display authentication information. Or, if you have Gold Double Eagle coins, or other vintage coins, and you are storing them at home, check that your home insurance covers for full replacement costs.
Tools needed to take your collection of Gold coins to the next level.
If you have purchased collectible Gold Eagle coins and have been bitten by the collector bug and want to take your collection to the next level, there are some basic tools of the trade you will need. Collectors of Gold Double Eagle coins and other vintage coins usually have a quality magnifying glass to examine the coin’s details. Another helpful tool for collectors of the Gold Double Eagle and other collectible Precious Metals coins is a padded jeweler’s tray (a towel or soft cloth will work, too) to place the coins on when viewing and soft cotton gloves. A reference guide, featuring U.S. Mint Gold coins and other vintage coins, with information about dates, mintmarks, varieties, grading guidelines and prices.